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At AIPAC US Vice Pres. Joe Biden blamed both Israel and the Palestinian Authority for lack of peace.
Millennial entrepreneur and Zionist challenges Nadler in Democratic primary.
Clinton darling Sidney Blumenthal gave Hillary guidelines for bringing Bibi and AIPAC to heel.
A new video shows Hamas and PA flags at an event in the Old City, where Jews recite Psalms every month. Who is for peace? Clinton's e-mails say it’s not Netanyahu.
Politicians always remember you when they need you, and no one remembers better than President Barack Obama.
AIPAC, Take 2: Tell Congress to stop this Iran agreement.
Only one of the major Jewish organizations issued a statement of unqualified support for the nuclear agreement with Iran. Guess which.
Guess which ally helps the other, lets it take credit and then gets spat on?
Some American Jews continue lobbying Obama to more aggressively undermine Israel
I might have to "reassess" my position on President Obama if his "new positions and comments" on Israel don't match his pre-election statements.
Eli Beer stunned the 16,500 AIPAC conference participants by arriving on stage with lights and sirens blaring on an ambucycle, a specially equipped motorcycle ambulance designed by United Hatzalah to speed up emergency response times.
The Prime Minister showed AIPAC a map of Iranian-backed Hezbollah attacks in five different continents.
US Ambassador to the UN Samantha Power tells AIPAC on Monday that America "will not allow Iran to obtain a nuclear weapon. Period."
Former Consul Alon Pinkas charges Prime Minister Netanyahu is "injecting Israel into the American political arena - he loves doing that."
Former Israel Ambassador to the UN Dore Gold says PM Netanyahu's speech to Congress "will have substance no one has heard before."
Israel's Prime Minister Netanyahu arrived Sunday in Washington DC ahead of appearances at the AIPAC conference and before the US Congress, to discuss the Iran nuclear threat.
House Speaker John Boehner asserts next week's speech to Congress by Israeli PM Netanyahu won't hurt US-Israel relations.